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J1 f t t jlfJ Jp- f t ft r p fL tiiist Edition VOL 1 NO 84 KY 20 1909 CENTS A II CENTS A WEEE I Miller Sends Check For 5100 as Slight Token of Regard For Saving His Stable At The Time of The Gaines Fire lastI The fife at Gaines livery stable i7day night issaid to have been the worst and hardest fire to fightJ that has occurred in Winchester forJ several years Through the hard work of thee fire department alt the stock was saved and the barn was saved from total destruction At different times during the fire adjoining buildings were in danger from sparks and the awful heat from the Gaines fire At different times the stable of Dr Wash Miller which adjoined the burning building was on fire and it was only through the un ceasing efforts of the department that it was saved The fire department since4he Court View fire and that of Games liver v ADULTERATED SEED It Caused Farmer to Lose Nearly the Whole of His Years Crop IAdulteration of form seed isto be made a special subject for investiga tion by M C Rankin Commissioner of thebexpedient of publishing the names of all firms caught selling seed ofany kind in which there are adulterants ofQeeds He is going to conduct a F porous campaign to stop the imposition under the burden of which the riners remo row weany and I believes that he can help the farmers I materially One farmer wrote to Mr Rankin telling him that he had bought some seed wheat which was not shipped until just before time for sowing When the wheat grew it was found to contain 10 per cent of wucl onions l No miller will buy wheat which con tains onion as no machine has yet beep invented which will eparate the onion from the wheat and the weed would make the flour taste The farmer who bought the seed last practically his entire crop and he writes to the commisssioner to know if something cannot be done about it Mr Rankin says he intends to see that something is done about it and he is going to consult with the to see what he can do to punish the firm which sold that N mers with bad seed corn Many letters from farmers over the 4 State are being received bv Mr Rankin him on the move went j ARRESTED FOR r HIS BOARDING tch Hayes Is Alleged to Have Gone f Off Without Settling With Geo McKinney t C Hayes was arrested in Lexington Tuesday morning and brought to this city and placed in jail 1f on a charge of beating a boarding ryl Txpuse out ofa board bill Hayes come to this city about three weeks of Mr George McKinney He claim Fed to be representing some publish ing concern in West Virginia and re tr maimed in the city about thre weeks soliciting business for the cQneern he 1 claimed to represent and then left leaving a board bill of 1300 the time he was arrested he was emp oyed by the Lexington Herald arid Kentucky Evening Gazette as so ncitorHe wilt be brought before x Judge Pendleton in Police Court Wednesday night h MARRIAGE e following marriage licenses were issued Tuesday k Clark A fi IcSIa Q 1 Ji n F 3 2 t tk iRwrrF r ta J o t iift rf t7TI N IN WINCHESTER AND lHtlWIN CHESTERJJNEWS700 IIj WINCHESTER JANUARY 2 COPY SHOWS HIS APPRECIATION OF WdRK OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT DrWasli v ViHEAT WITH ONION AttorneyGeneral goingA congratulating BEATING HOUSE AOne J housert iAt LICENSES- 7LTl MerittMAnnaDp if OtiRK GtuNTr WEDNESDAY stable have been complimented and praised for their fast work The following letter which was received tills morning shwys hoW much the fire department IsapDrecmtedbysomeoJ the citizens Following is the letter Xr r January 17th 1909 v To the Winchester Fire Co Dear Sirs rI see from the papers that Gaines stable was burned and mine would also have gone except for your hard work Please accept this check for 100 to show my ap pre cianon for your efforts in my be half Yours truly WASH MILLER MISS EWINGS FATHER MUST PAY HER 300 Jury Returns Verdict For That Amount Because He Struck Her With Shoe The jury in the case of Miss Laura Ewing against her father W R Ewing returned a verdict late Tuesday afternoon giving the plaintiff judg ment for 300 Miss Ewing was su ing her father for 3000 for striking her over the head with a shoe in a famil quarrel KNIGHTS OF I INSTAOFFICERS Grand Keeper and Grand Master of Arms to Be Present With Local Lodge Ivanhoe Lodge Knights of Pythias will install its new officers Thursday night Jan 21st with appropriate ceremonies in which the lodge will be assisted by J W Carter Grand Keeper of Records and Seals and Hon H A Schoberth of Versailles Grand Master of Arms who is one of the most eloquent orators of the State Refreshments will be served after the exercises and every member is requested to be present DENIES NEW TRIAL IN uuoiur CASE Judgment of 5000 Stands in Cock erel Against Chesapeake and Ohio Judge Benton overruled the motion for a new trial in Circuit Court this morning in the case of L B Cockerel administrator of Mrs Celia Banks against the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company Mrs Banks was run down and killed by a C 0 train on the Main street crossing in this city about a year ago and at the September term of court her ad ministrator was given judgment for 5000 against the railroad company The motion for the new trial was made by Pendleton and Bush the at torneys 101 the railroad company The case will be appealed Faulkner Vs tuttle arnewhFaulkner against W R Tuttle but up to presstime Wednesday Judge Ben ton had made no decision in the mat ter Mrs Faulkner is suing Mr Tuttle for 3000 for injuries received by being struck bv a Vehicle in which Mr Tuttle was riding on Jackson street last summer The case was tried a few days ago in Circuit Court and a verdict was rendered for the defendant BerrymanOsborne- Mr Ei B Berryman and Mss Ger trade Osbornej both of this county weremarriedat 130 Wednesday af coon by Rev Richard French at- his lesidence on Boone avwme The happy couple left at onpe for the t grotsome of c t MIDWINTER CATCH OF KINGFISH IN FLORIDA Fishing off the coast of Florida Is better this winter then lt has been in several seasons This picture shows a catch made by Captain Maddox in the yacht Carib at Miami There are forty fish the string weighing 1500 pounds Some of them were bitten iu two by sharks that followed the yacht i TRIES TO BREAK- COUNTY JAIL Theodore Johnson Negro Builds Fire Near Stone Wall of Local Prison Theodore Johnson the West Indies negrp who was given 15 years in the penitentiary pofew days ago in Cir cult Court made an attempt t6 break jail at a late hour Tuesday night and had it not have been for the prompt appearance of Jailer Hart on the scene he would have been successful in his attempt The prisoners are all locked up in their cells at night but Johnson in some manner managed to hide out in the hall last night when the locking up was done about midnight he tore up his bed clothes and built a fire near the walls of the jail in order to get the rocks hot so that they could be broken easy and proceeded with an iron rod to tens lings down when Jailer Hart appeared on the scene He was promptly handcuffed and locked in his cell He together with the other prison ers who were given terms in the pen itentiary will be taken to Frankfort the last of the week GREECE HAS EARTHQUAKE It is Feared Several Islands in Aegean Archipelago Are Sub merged Special to The News ATHENS Greece Jan 20The islands in the Aegean Archipelago were heavily shaken by an earthquake last night It is feared that several islands were submerged Eight peo ple were killed at Sechehir CHARGED WITH IllEGALrSALE OF WHISKEY Clay Robins Arrested Wednesday Morning By Officers Tanner and BedfordJ Clay Robins a young man who is wanted here on a charge of illegal selling of whiskey was arrested this morning near Rabbittown by officers Tanner and Bedford and detective Clark and lodged in jail His exam ining trial will be held Wednesday night in Police Court GOVERNOR WILLSON RETURNS FROM TRIP TO WASHINGTON FRANKFORT Ky Oan 20Gov ernor from Wash ington and Atlanta yesterday morn ing having returned by the National Capitol on his way home from the Taft inner at the latter place in or der as he expressed it to tender- my good wishes and rgards to the President as it might be the last timer saw him before he started agar iihunting trip 1 r DAMAGE sun r IS ON TRIAL C L Burns Wants 5000 from the Clark County Construc tion Company S After the regular motion hour the case of Crurnsagainst the Clark County Construction Company was taken up in the Circuit Court Wednesday morning Mr Burns who was an engineer for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company while making his mn through this city the 4th day of last September was struck in his engine by a flying rock from a blast that had been set off in the quarry of the Clark County Construction Company sus taming a fractured arm and shoulder from which he is still suffering and his physicians all say he will be crip pled for life He is suing the railroad company for 5000 damages Most of the morning was taken up in the reading to the jury of the tes timony of the doctors who attended him regarding the extent pf his inju ries Alt physicians who examined the wound to tified that in their opinion he would be crippled for life One or two other witnesses were introduced to show the time that the train was due to arrive here and the extent of the damage done to the train The evidence brought out by these witnesses was that the train was running about on time the day the accident occurred and that the windows in the baggage car were also broken from the flying rocks Mr Stevenson one of the attor neys for the plaintiff had to go to the country on business and court ad journed until the afternoon when the testimony waws resumed Dr D H McKinley was on the stand giving ex pert testimony when The News closed its forms SPEAKEBSplBlEARD AT POWELL BANQUET- Mr John E Garners Subject is Kentucky as a Has Been Is and Will Be The Rev E L Powells annual banquet will be given at the First Christian church in Louisville ThurS- day night where more than 450 in vited guests will assemble As guests of honor the Rfe xJrr Powell an nouncqd thati Gov AttorneyGeneral Breailiitt and Lieut Gov Cox will be present j The followinsPeakera and the subjects to hichJhey haev been assigned will play ia J minentpart at the feast Invocation Dr R D Smart Num ber Fifteen the ReV EL Powell Americanism What Is Its the Hon W 0 Davis Versailles Ky Ken tucky as a HasBeen is and Till Be the Hon John E GarnoV Winchester i Kyj Needles and PinJtheHon Thomas C ITnderwo d Hop Hnsville Xy i Why Are Not All Men Born Poets f the Rev W JLoos Owe nton K j Mr J1 Crews Ra8IIfr LoJaN r r J qi a J I SENATEMAKEI SALARY BOOST Presidents Compensation Fixed at s 00000 Some think Speak er Can Walk Washingto Jan 20The salary of the president of the United States was fixed at 100000 perannum so far as the senate cqul fiX I and salaries of the vice presidentthe f speaker of the house of tepresenta tives 15000 each j i The salary of t the chief 1 t1Qr the supreme court oftthegij pteg States was increased from to 15000 per annum and those of as soclate justices from 12500 toI4500 These changes were made as amendments to the legislative execu tive and judicial appropriation bill after an extended debate Amend ment allowing 5000 to the vice pres ic nt and the speaker of the house for horses and carriages were stricken from the bin Senator Baynors resolution calling on the attorney general for informa tion concerning the suit he purposes bringing against certain newspapers on the charge of libel in connection with statements made in relation to the purchase by the United States of tile Panama canal property was referred to the committee on the judiciary after a stong fight to have it adopted without such reference l IN THE HOUSE Bill Abolishing Seventeen Pension Agencies Is Passed Washington Jan 20Disposing of the speech of Representative Willett of New York attacking the president by referring it to a special commit tee the house of representatives pro ceeaed toake up the various appro priation bills that nave been reported within the past few days The pen sions and urgent deficiency bills were passed without delay and when ad journment was taken the naval appro priatlon bill was under consideration Representative Butler Pa occupied the chair during debate on the provisions of the pensions appropria tions bill which abolishes all but one of the 18 pension agencies throughout the country The bill which carries a total appropriation of 160869000 was passed practically as reported by the committee on pensions A plan to pay pensioners quarterly was defeated The urgent deficiency bill which carries appropriations amounting to 1026402 was passed Representative Foss 1119 chairman of the house committee on naval affairs brought up the naval appropriation bill whica probably will occupy the attention of the house for a day or two The bill carries an appropria tion of 135662888 A message from the president rec ommending an appropriation of 20 000 for a commission to investigate the conditions in the republic of Li beria Africa was read Goldman Still In Jail San Francisco Jan 19Emma Goldman the anarchist and Ben J Reitmann who were arrested here several days ago are still in custody pending a settlement of the charge of conspiracy to bring about a riot In the case of the woman bail was reduced from 4000 to 2000 and in Reitmanns case a reduction from 4000 to 8000 was granted The district attorney will endeavor to pre sent a test case defining the holding of incendiary meetings as a crime Campaign Against Moonshiners Atlanta Ga OAn increase in the number of moonshine whisky stills destroyed in Alabama Florida and Georgia during the past six months was reported by the United States internal revenue department here Three hundred and ninetysev en stills were destroyed in the three states and about 2000 gallons of whisky seized Of the total number of stills destroyed 80 per cent were in Georgia Honor Lees Memory Savannah Ga Jan 20Although- the day was raw and cloudy with some rain General Robert E Lees birthday was generally observed The parradeWeMman Prepares For Trip Tro 3hjem Norway Jan20Con- ul Aagaard at Tromsoe has received a telegram from Walter Weilman re- questIng him to procure if possible a ship to carry his balloon expedition to Danesgate this summer GovernorCIam rlaln WinS Salem Ore Jut QInability to brine influential senators in Use for Republican sew blocx rt1t a- tEpt to aettIfYerDOrGeorge B jabciiafe D aocrat 1Ior Unit Co 1r f Ay 3Probably WEATHERr 2 PUBLIC CANNOT SOLVE mmi Complainant in Libel Suit COVerS His TracksProminent Men Testify Washington Jan 20The questiott of whether or not the federal goY ernmentor individuals or both instituted the proceedings for HbeltIi con nection with the Panama canal pure chase still remains a mystery insofar as the general public is concerned So completely have the tracks la the complaint been covered that not the slightest intimation has been given which would clear up this important and muchdiscussed point Te federal grand jury continued its investigation into the matter and1 a number of witnesses were examined Principal among those wer Mes3rs Douglas Robinson brotherin law of President Roosevelt and C E Taft brother of the presidentelect both of whom maintained the utmost silence regarding their testimony and absolutely refused to say whether they appeared as plaintiffs All the Washington correspondents who were cited to arpear gave infdr mrtlon establishing their connection with either the New York World or the Indianapolis News while several news dealers and a newsboy testified to having sold the papers to the general public Interest in the case continues unabated and it is now hinted that It is tIexpectation of the president that an indictment will be broughjt in the District of Columbia regardless of any action taken in New York or Indianapolis In that event the prosecuting officers of the government entertain no fear of their ability to bring here those who may be made the defendants The district code expressly provides for punishment for libel but the governments legal officers maintain that the definition of a libel must be obtained by resorting to the com mon taw It therefore leaves no room for doubt that the present in quiry is not based upon any statute but upon the common law in the interest of the common welfare 7 DISCLOSE ITS NANDr Governments Name Mentioned lift Libel Suit Subpoena New York Jan 20 The veil of mystery which for the past two days has enveloped the secret examination before the federal grand jury here of newspaper men and otners believed to have knowledge regarding the publication of alleged matter con cerning the purchase by the United States of the Panama Canal company would seem to have lifted the issuance of a sUbpooni in 1fhfch- for the first time the names of both the complainant and defendant are made public This document made out against John Doe was served upon Wn liam J Dempsey head of the mailing department of the New York World and commands his appearance before the federal grand jury to testify in the matter of the United States against the Press Publishing com pany which company publishes the World Macaroni Factory Blown Up Scranton Pa Jan 20 Themaca roni factory of Nicholas Fa io in this city was blown up by dynamite presumably by a Black Hand gang the front of the building being wrecked Fasio and his family and four em loyes who occupied rooms over the factory and store room were thrown from their beds and burled In wreckage but escaped serious injury Seven Italians are under arrest suspected of the outrage QUAKE KILLS EIGHT Vicinity of Smyrna Turkey Visited by Sharp Shock Smyrna Turkey Jan 20So far as can be ascertained eight persons were killed by a sharp earthquake which occurred at Phocaea 25 miles northwest of this city and at other neighboring towns Considerable damage was done to buildings at Pho caea The hock was ver strong at Chil where the poPulan became panicstricken though no serious damL age resulted there This city also experienced the earthquake but there was no loss of lifeand no damage iItwasDelawares New Governor Dover Del Jan SO Sfnieofi Sr Pennewill was Inaugurated governors f of Delaware the oath of since being administered to him in the Dever opera house by his brother Judp James Peanewill The ancient Latin BibJesthich was printed in France br this sixteenth century anil which fire gyred from that country by tfce lai job t Claytonef Dover wieii iN r rokrr pfstate In the yBiiclraaM air tlj Y TtV S8k ft J c1IJ I X itvtt k i r a2 ti THE WHtCHESTER HEWS l J p ASHIONSATTHE PLAY aowns Worn by Billie Burke Ini Watches2tk 7 jLa Mode Brings Back Into Vogue the Russian Smock Some Advance Summer Styles In the Camp of the Enemy Ty Dear ElsaThere are some fash Son writers who would make us be fataWOmen and tat like the dodo the species 4s extiiict Now if I wasnt so anxious to tell my talerof woe Id ask you Miss Intellectuality what this creature is we are all so fond of refer ring to upon certain occasions But sever mind dear in the next world wheu we all will have heaps of time to t8Jc questions and where well not be too rushed to wait for the answers re dotoswont you 1 Well fashion scribblers toI the contrary I have prima facie evi dence that at least one fat woman has Sier being here in New York she of the old time type of exuberance Taft 2kke In proportions one who has never exercisessever thought of wearing sheathbock ecs to make herself appear less ele jpihantine Much to my regret I located this al most extinct precursor of femininilfy sat a Billie Burke matinee last Thurs day Twas as the poet says in tha- middle of the first act of Love Watches that I met my fat frien- dt the exciting moment when Billie Burke is proposing to Andre Yes jihc sure enough was doing the gre- atd question in the world act herself But shes such a dear fascinating thing and the way she makes her vic- tIm know hes it is so adorable that IfVen your prim conventionality would set a Jolt Andre asks her to describe WorldlyIseInnocence In front of him Of course she has an awful quarter of an hourin Andres nnsover the bad form of the situa tion But Im losing sight of the fat woman No Its only a little trick of nIne playing to the gallery for sym jpftttiy and giving at the same time rHJBILLIE BtJBKES BBIDGE GOWNI Some atmosphere With this stage netting 3e can imagine cant you wrhat maddening t5lns It was atthis romantic crisis to be brought back to pusn1c facts by hearing a voice issu hg from an impressive personality ly Please let me pass She did Indeed and in that passing swept all before her my best Louise hat In eluded that was peacefully reposing 1 a niche appointed by the theater architect for millinery creations Like Rachel weeping for her chil ken I wailed Shes got my hat A Sympathetic line of girls in their ef forts to aid me in my search for a icfeapeau sacrificed their hatpins fur carfs and boxes of bonbons with no TOIL Meanwhile the fat lady utterly bb ilrious of the commotion her coming E Jfiad made was complacently removing Her 4lid But when she turned her rotund body uttableauiny lost- groperty was discovered dangling at a 4Uzzy height from the back of mad- amst fur stole A wreck Certainly What was once a round sable toque dad transformed itself into a three rnered riding shape and the single pond lily that had rested so confiding 3y on the left side of the brim which Slower by the way was the pride of any life and the latest thin in fur hat adornment was a for the gods mourn over and as Dick says toI hooked like 80 cents- Peace Being restored it was on with c 3tte play and the plays Billie Burke 1 TeaJiy mean it whoa I tell you that Heryvparents doubtless were of the Presby Parian faith for It was predestined JOdIat whether of the femihine or mas tuline gender the Burke baby was to be called Billie Ah awfully fetching n1tttle name Isnt it This charming J act e a Is very yo ng and pretty with t lcmay golden hair and saxiey piquant Jimttireipi i 0 course tier role is that of i xf iif 17 t r an ingenue and she is ridiculously ia love with her husband But she does make such an alluring stage plcture in a dinner gown ol white peau de sole with a long trailing sheath skirt and tunic draperies of square spotted net bordered with a Greek key pattern in silver and silver passementerie about the corsage that one forgives the absurd fact of her feeding her husband his after dinner coffee and blowing ach tiny spoonful so it would not burn his majestys sacred throat The clothes Billie wears in Love Watches are enough to make any normal woman turn green with envy And the way she wears them Shes the direc toire girl without mistake divinely tall and willowy as a reed But to get back to the gowns In the first act she appears in a delightful frock that Im going to copy for one of my summer creations a princess affair of white dotted net The skirt is short with nn applique of heavy lace reaching al most to the knees There Is a plastron effect of lace and from under It a high empire sash of pink satin ribbon that pokes out In the back in long ends a little to one side of the frock fastening The glimpse of the sash In front toned In lace is charming and the two ends hanging a trifle to one side of the back are fashion hints worth treasuring for future use With lingerieCharlotte band effect about the crown and long pink satinVlstowuners that hung to the waist The neck of this frock was cut In a modest V and I want to let you know that I have inside information that the skyscraping collar will not appear on summer frocks and that short tight sleeves will be things worth reckoning with And the Rus sian smock of course you are too young no sarcasm intendedto remember when it was last worn is coming in again So have several of your summer morning dresses of linen with kilted skirts anti wear the smock over a lingerie long sleeved gulmpe Soutache wash braidyou will use for the trimming about the neck arid bottom of this garment borrowed from the land of the czar and the belt will also be braided What a long way Ive traveled from Billie Burke and her gowns But to return to our matron When In a fit of unreasoning jealousy she leaves An dre this unhappy bride appears ready for flight in a togalike wrap of white chiffon cloth lined with turquoise blue satin Her enormous white hat is laden with white ostrich plumes and faced with the blue satin You asked my advice about an ostrich boa didnt you Well dont get a boa Buy a stole like Billies of white ostrich feathers built on the lines of a sailor collar in the back and over the shoul ders but with long stole ends in front on which are attached long white silk tassels These same ornaments were placed in the middle of the back and on the points over the shoulders It was perfectly stunning and she wore this stole with the evening wrap I have just descrIbedII am sending you a sketch I drew between the acts of the bridge cos tume Billie wears in the last act of peach pink satin elaborately Incrusted with silver and crystals A smart touch is achieved In the bunches of Crimson Rambler roses without foliage that she has tucked in her Psyche coiffure and pinned at the waist line of her bodice In the words of the song I really dont know but I guess Doucets signature could be foundon the inside of this confection Now goodby to Billie and her gowns and If she comes to N this winter go and see her in Love Watches Its googooy and mushy but youll like it To talk of the serious side of life you certainly find phases of it at the Martha Washington New Yorks hotel hennery A friend of mine who Is intense and purposeful unfortu nately requested me to go to the suf fragette headquarters that have their local habitation at this hostelry and get some information about prominent leaders in the womans right move ment With fear and trembling I put on my most stunning frock and pleas Ing manner and appeared before the desk of a forbidding creature whom I was told could give me the facts I wanted My only feeling at this point was a longing to escape which I stifled The information received this austere righter asked me If I didnt think the recent meeting at Carnegie hall wasnt grand t never even heard of the affair but I agreed with nay inquisitor that it was inspir ing Congratulating myself on my powers of dissimulation and armed with enough suffragette pamphlets to leaven the whole lump of unbelievers goodmorninglittle German woman armed with a roll call of the faithful appeared The lady at the desk sighting the honor roll looked Jit me significantly and said Of course youve signed This was going too far for comfort and the nice little German lady seeing my dis comfort turned tp me with a patyou ontheback air and said But youre converted1 Converted fairly thun dered the strong minded lady No decent sane woman needs to be converted Every woman with any mind Is born that way Safely outside the door I muttered Thank heaven Im Insane on some subjects Ever most Bincely yours MABEL Hints About Tinware- If new tinware is rubbed over with fresh laud and thoroughly heated In an oven before being used It will never rust afterward no matter how much It Is put In waiter I A discolored teapot or coffeepot maybe made tq JookMlk new by bofltog in r strong Boltitioriofi borax fora short f I tJ i TRAIN SCHEDULE F 0CHESAPEAKE It OHIO Eastbound f So 26 Daily Ex Sunday v 842 am Ho 22 Dilyi 11 57 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m pmiHo 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 aJ m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 pm No 23 Daily 438 p m t LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No 37CincinnatiKnoxville lo cal 1000 a m No 33CincmnatiJ Jacksonville imited 1057 a m No MaysvilleStanforcl local with Cincinnati correction at Paris arrives at 632 departs at 635 pm No 3i Cincinnati Atlanta limited 1123 p m Northbound rNo 34AtlantaCincinnati limited 506 a m 3To StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 a m No 38KnoxvilleCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 pm No 32JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains twill stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 IDailYStations v Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 4471956BeatWille Athol 537 1045 0 Exjunction 605 1115 Jackson 610 1120 Noll No3I No5 Westbound Daily Daily Sun Ex Sun Only AMT PMTAM- jv Jackson 6 10 2 20 700 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 252 730 BeattyviUe June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 3 41 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 748 357 828 Stanton 815 4 26 8 54 Clay City 825 435 902 L E June 900 07 9 34 Winchester 912 15 20 945- ArLexington 9 55 05 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Alcuntain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stationsW MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf This the time of the year for Accident and Sickness- Let Us Write You an Accident and Sick Benefit Policy- Its the best on the market Jouetts Ins Company- Both J Phones 71 r f THE RACKET STORE has a Nice Line of Lace and Hamburg- on sale I am selling 5Oc Corsets for 35c this week Come in and get some of ihetbi bargains See my lOc have a stock of everything Come to see me I THE rryFart y i 4 JOB PRINTING 3Al I t Our Plant is equipped with the latest ta+ H foby Work v Our Business has increased materially in the past month It is growing steadily from day to day People who sever patronized this office be hererNothing Is Too Large for us to JJ handle Nothing is too small topres Sx vent our giving it the very best of f attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully S taken care of andJobsare turnedout of this office the day they areproms CH ised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle = Book Workf Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of boundand folded wor- kLawyers t Briefs can be set as expes 4 ditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky i Ali We Ask from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we ItV will not urge you to come again I i I THE WINCHJSTER NEWS COINC- O7tPO1tATED s I5 Main St Winchester n I v IOBPREVIM Ift r J 3r r Ir rP J rd ly a i i t it tr THE WINCKESTEir NEws p rJ1 A ry STD t A STONE HITCHING POST How it Can Be Easily Made Out of Cement A country place must have a hitch theiflf thoughtless pall ters will hitch their horses to the Fshade trees or to the fence From f T its Very nature It 4I is hard to make a hitching post look 0 attractive on a lawn but some thing will be r tjSJj gained If it can be kept from look f1a 5j ing decidedly un- attractiver r A wooden post is an invitation to Sectional View ofa horses teeth Post Iron posts can be used but these are more or less expensive and are not readily secured except in the large cities A stone post is attractive but expensivea made stone post however is bpth Inexpensive and easy to construct Dig a square hole in the ground at the desired point for locating the hitching post about 1 feet square and deep enough to reach the frost v line Fill the bottom with small stones and cement On this set a stout cedar post with a stout iron ring inserted in the top Fill in about the post with the small stones and cement to the surface of the ground Then ftthethick coating of cement not less i than 2 inches at any point build ing It up in square shown in Fig theiTo give the aholdWooden post the Orange Judd rya t Farmer suggests driving large nails 1 n r a wIntoleave the heads The Post When projecting an inch Finished or more as is suggested in Fig 1 The cement may be mixed one part Port land cement to two parts sharp sand Do not use the post until it has had time Jo dry and harden thoroughly Their tfemgnt and small stones about the base should form a solid body that water cannot enter The stones are used to save cement WINTER CARE OF MACHINERY Look It Over and Make Repairs While You Have Time IW find it an excellent plan in the fall when putting our machinery away for winter storage to examine each part separately and make note of repairs needed for each tool In this way we are able to secure the necessary repairs the first time we are in town and set them aside until winter has set in then we go over the ma chinery and do the necessary repair ingWe find that innumerous instances we have to have the implement dealer send for repairs that take several days to secure continues this writer fln Prairie Farmer If I should delay repairing machinery until spring we QUld be delayed several days at a time of the year when work is very pressing thus causing a great loss in both time and work A few tools for working need cost but a very few dollars In fact we lave all the tools I believe any farmer needs for repairing purposes and I have not Invested over 25 Our work bench is made of material pur chased at the lumber yard with q woodvise at one end where I am able to do all kinds of wood work My forge 1 made myself at a cost not to exceed two dollars After a little ex perience in handling hot irons any farmer who is handy with tools can learn to do ordinary ironing required in repairing most farm machinery I do not think the average farmer fully comprehends what a great sav machineryand materials has greatly increased the cost of repairing farm machinery Most of the repairing on farm tools is jough workmanship but if done at ax shop is charged up at highclass prIces It has been my experience that the Average farmer could reduce his repair bill to practically nothing if he would invest in a few tools and en deavor to do the repairing work during the winter months when farm work was slack and he had plenty of time to learn how to do things right JCoal Ashes and Soot Although coal ashes have no great value as fertilizers they help to loosen up heavy soil in the vegetable garden ti Soot valuable especially for roses and drives away insects It keeps off cutworms and grubs which attack vegetables Unbleached wood ashes should also be saved as they are useful i ag a fertilizer Remember Remember that hot weather summer heat ildt bacteria et on finely together f tr T I JPRACTOC L KINDNESS It Is Lika Ray if Sunshine an a Dark Day Oh she has such a kind heart the speaker gushed sentimentally What does she do to prove it I asked Whycrits just her disposition If you should ask me I should say she was a very selfish WomanAI though she Is profuse in her expres sions of pity whenever she sees a bee tle crushed or a mouse killed I notice she does very little practical kindness The other day I went shopping with her and I noticed she made the poor tired saleswoman show her a whole lot of heavy fur coats when she had no Intention of buying but just wanted to see whether they were not prettier than hers and she keeps her coachman waiting by the ho in the bitter cold for lack of a little forethought and her horses heads are checked unmercifully high oh the hottest rdnYI I rEACHES THE MAID TO CUT OUT A SHJKT WAIST Now I do know another woman who shows the most practical kindness She helps every person she comes in contact with She teaches her maid how to cut out a shirt waist for her self She lends her seamstress a good book to read She sends the flowers from last nights dinner to the janitors wife who is ill If a face reveals sadness to her slit tries in the most delicate way possible to find out the cause of it and to help bear it if she can MARY MORTON POINTS Everyday Re1membering Invitations should be answered with in twentyfour hours if possible After every evening entertainment a call is obligatory within the fortnight Unless one Is intimate a call should never be returned on any other than the hostess day at home Even when one has refused an Invi tation one must call or leave cards within a fortnight A wonian leaves one card of her own for the women of the household and two of her husbands for the men and the women of the household The first year after a young girls debut her name appears below that of her mother on the same card After that she has a card of her own Evening calls are not customary ex cept between intimate friends A man V1 X CALL ISOBIiIOATOBY WITHIN IBS FORT NIGHT however may always make his calls in the evening as he is supposed to be busy in the daytime- A bride or one newly arrived inaneighborhood never pays a call first She waits to receive it Formal calls are made between 3 and half past 5 In the afternoon never on Sunday aft ernoonWhen a married woman takes a girl to a dance with her she is bound to see that she has partners- A lady should never take a gentle mans arm In the daytime- A dinner invitation should be sent out from ten days to two weeks ahead of time Ata dinner married couple 1 hbild norms bleated near each other I MURIEL WMTM r womans way there some man fKo r NEW IN CQURSEOf ERECTION in Winchester are sure tq give satisfaction when the is chosen from our superior stock of din dried We can give loU an estimate on your building cellar to roof that we defy to compete with on the same high quality When you intend building call on IWINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING COINCORPORATED t I Must Reduce Shoe StockI Will Give Cut Prices on Entire Stock I During the Remainder of January J HAVE changed our method of business from to strictly Cash and will put in some different lines and make changes in fixtures You have a chance to shoe yourself and fanxily at yery v reasonable price- sFollowingI are the Cut Prices f Ii MENS SHOES 6 00 Shoes reduced to 1 4 50 5 50 Shoes reduced to 4 25 5 00 Shoes reduced to4 3 95 4 00 Shoes reduced ton 3 25 3 50Shoes reduced to 295 3 00 Shoes reduced to 2 45 2 75 Shoes reduced to 2 10 2 50 Shoes reduced to 195 2 25 Shoes reduced to 1 80 2 00 Shoes reduced to 1 70 1 75 Shoes reduced to 1 45 1 50 Shoes reduced to 1 30 BOYS SHOES 3 00 Shoes reduced to 2 55 2 50 Shoes reduced to 2 10 2 00 Shoes reduced to 1 70 1 50 Shoes reduced to l 35 1 25 Shoes reduced to V 98 1 00 Shoes reduced to 85 are in see can r I d May De Sepulche- rIt is a to think Is good In a w f = I J HOUSES from us WOMENS SHOES 4 00 Shoes reduced to 3 25 3 50 Shoes reduced to 2 95 d 3 00 Shoes reduced to 2 45 2 50 Shoes reduced to 1 98 2 25 Shoes reduced to 1 79 2 00 Shoes reduced to 1 65 1 75 Shoes reduced to 140 1 50 Shoes reduced to 1 30 1 25 Shoes reduced to 98 MISSES AND CHIIDRENS SHOES 2 50 Shoes reduced to 1 98 2 25 Shoes reduced to 1 79 2 00 S wes reduced to 1 65 1 75 Shoes reduced to 1 40 1 50 Shoes reduced to 1 29I1 25 Shoes reduced to = 1 00 Shoes reduced to 89 75 Shoes reduced to 55 f WILL ALSO GIVE 10 per ct Reduction on all Rubber Goods Rubbers sold at a closer margin than thing handled the shoe business Some broken sizes and discontinued lines will be closed y out at greater reductions yCpme and for your vlsd We mean business and do you goqdA Terms Strictly Gash to All r MASSIE The Shoe Man VWhlUd always rSw hestGairestoaNiwe lumber lumber anyone grade fi Soak Lamp Wicks In Soaking lamp wicks in vinegar 14 bCpr placiag im l lampiBstirw a cUr flan 1 S rl FrCendsAnimals friends they askaoquestionsthey pass no critlO1mla iI Eliot Htp IfisilorskAlwaysielGQiiie and we ire glad to show them through our yard because we are proud of it and know we can show the best and finest stock of first class well seasoned lumber ill the city We can also show them our delivery facilities insuring prompt ness and thoughtfulness for our patrons interest St e any Vinegar THE VERY BEST j Hive any of our readers seen are Week1JEnquirer send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all third that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place of earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thai obtained is enabled to produce at paper that exactly fits needs of at family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reiga supreme Father obtains ample informarJod that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged t6 emulate all tlfat is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatUAS ComIpreached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forCIble reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righfeowt living as preferable to a Oodles to 4Otherare above the ordinary the unvi mous verdict of its readers beingcc The cleanest and best ftmite Weekly known tp them iii4writing SKATING IThis is the season of the which skating witt be enjoyed by all r THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE- BLUEGRASS J We teach you free if you do not know how either in the morning or between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONSt Admission 5c Skates lOceEVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditorium RoeWinans6Scolt ROOFING GUTTERIRG t and SPOUTING r GAS 6 WATER PLUMBING Dealers its Iron and Buck PU Cistern Tops Gas Fixtures J ManteB Globes Stve jPi Elbows l Hiirtwpf 50 fNext tls tjQfICil r t t Ir t it r- rp7 i III C d L 1i tO O yr THE WWCHESTER HEWS J J HE WfturttSfci ilfcSf An Independent Newspaper r Published by J the Winchester News Co Incorporated t Office South Main Street i Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunt ay t Entered as secondclass matter MoTember 2S 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the Kct of March 3J 1879 SUBS RIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 JOtee week 10 Payable at office or to collector wry week Mail Delivery 3 M year 300 Jx months 150 jbd 25monthPayable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Disnlay Per Inch 0ne time any edition 25 jCkree times within one week 50 Jpae week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 Your weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week 180 JPour weeks two times a week 120 Fear weeks one time a week 75 r Time discounts 3 months 10 per JMOH 6 months 25 per cent bne Luc 3313 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 712- Chre reading news headings loo New Phbne No 91 r TUESDAY JANUARY 19 1909 THE JAPANESE Pre dent Roosevelt is much exercised over the bills introduced in the Caljrnia legislature against the Japanese It is proposed there by certain members to pass acts com 3 ellingrthe Japs to reside within cer tain definite districts and forbidding citizens of the Mikado from owning land in the State of California The President has telegraphed Governor i Gillette of California a request to liold1 up all such legislation until a letter written by him reaches Sacra j anento the capitol The Governor leas said that he will acquiesce in the request of the chief executive Th1 Japanese agitation in Califor nia bdayis but a repetition of the troubles of 30 years ago over the Chinese The latter were also of the yellow race The Chinese of the verY lowest class poured into California by the tens of thousands They had a low standardspJ living They came in competition with white labor They could work cheaper because they couicUlive cheaper f v tThe white man became alarmed4 The laborer found his bread and butter threatened The workingmen lead by an agitator named Kearney began The Chinese must go move mentaIt finally culminated in the iburniug of the docks of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company whose boats brought most of the Chinese to San Francisco 1 The difference in race also added to the flames rany philanthropists arid preachers in the East denounced a the course in California and claimed 7 that the real sentiment of the peo pie was in favor of the immigration but that demagogues so dominated theState that the average citizen Tvas afraid to express his true feel ongsV Finally the California legislat ure provided a secret ballot test on the question and the vote of the State stood 31000 or more against less than 500 in favorof the little yellow man As a result of the continual agi tation the Congress of the Unite States passeda stringent exclusion jiact which is still on the national stilt rute bfloks As the years passed aiid ftiieXGhinesevceased to one the nun iiers in Sari Francisco and Through vat California gradually dwindled SapyFrancisco of 240000 more thatf 70 CWO were Chinese In 1910 the census will probably shojv the city oi the jtelden Gate oyer 40Joo with 25 r Q0 orless Chinese They 1 hllal result is the compete lion between the races has praetical 1y been wipje l out and all danger of the yellow dpminationibyheChinese kssea ibas a- I YY t r hrJ itl l A 1 V ir t l bJ j u Jllnl e have gpneflhrough tie same course as their Chinese bret reri Attracted by the better wage of this country theYhare pored fTlffi the Golden Gateiii countless thousands At first they were welcomed and encouraged But finally their low standard of livelihood produced the inevitable conflict with white labor The workingman became afraid of his own bread and butter The Japanese must go replaced the old cry of ar generation ago And with the Jaanesethere was an item that cut no figuienn the Case ofthe Chinese The latter were al ways meek and humble without as piration except to Tie left to dwell in peace The lap as soon as he ob tamed a foothold became arrogant and self assertive He vas tena cious of his rights lwith this he added an absolute disregard of his contracts or obligations unless it was his interest to observe them He lead no business honor He could not conceive of the duty to keep an agreement if it was to his advantage to break it And since the RussianJapanese war he has become particularly ob noxious in his manners and behavior The fear of yellow domination has again asserted itself on the Pacific Coast aid the agitation will never stop unless the Japanese are excluded The United Slates has negotiated a treaty with Japan excluding the la boring class from entering this coun try If the treaty be observed faith fully for 20 years the Japanese will then be in the same condition the Chinese are now But treaty or not the people of the Pacific States will insist that the exclusion be practical and effective The present acts of the California legislatureare bat reflective of the feelings of the people Many such bills were passed against the Chin ese most of them were declared un constitutional by the State Federal Courts The proposed act to create undoubtedlyIbe knocked out by the courts while the exclusion of Japanese ownership of land might be made effective The recommendation of President Roosevelt a year or so ago thatthe Japanese be given the ballot was the Californiaredeuld not understand it and fiercely resented it Southerners should understand the feeling of the coast TVe have a problem of our own that will prob ably take untold generations to fully solve Our country as a whole is leIceiving hundreds of thousands of yearaand itis taking all our virility to ab c oDplithordes of yellow men to invade our Western shores MR AND MRS F CWHEELER ON STODDARD LECTURES The Stoddard Lectures are writ ten in easy s comprehensive stylo Our children are reading them in connection with their studies in Ge ography and History with increased interest in their studies We take great pleasure in recommending the works and think this set of books valuable Very truly yours MET AND MRS F C WHEELER Mrs Baldwin Mis A R Baldwin says The Stoddard Travel Lectures are very charming The text and illustrations are equally fine They may fairly be described as masterpieces of Educational literature f TO MEET IN LOUISVILLE 1 The Kentucky Retail Lumber Deal ers Association will meet in Louis villa February 16 and ITJletail deal ers from all parts ofi Kentucky will be present and as the association has a large membership it is expected that at least 200 will attendee meet ing Natters of interest to the trade will be discussed but it is hot the purpose of the association to fix prices or do anything looking to the cqn trol of the trade The visitors will be IpyaJJy entertained by the lumber dealers i f Louisville and among oth r enteftainments will be a big ban ouet at The Seelbach The business meetings of the association will also be held at The Seelbadh S A J Suhscribi For the p isl1tf hHf i iY RE CITWS ITS CLIMAX l i Harvaro Professors Reference to Po- epleses Southerners v = Charlottesville VaTan LOThe Edgar Allan Pos celebra tion reached itsclimaxwaen address es were Qeivered by Professor Bar rett Wendell of Harvard on The Na tionalism of Poe and by Dr Charles Alphonso Sailth of the University of North Carolina on Poes Influence on Southern Literature Especially pleasing to the southern audience was the formers statement that the work o Poe is among the still few claims which America can as yet urge unchallenged in proof that our country has enriched the literature of the world Locate Poes Birthplace Boston Jan20The memory of Edgar Allan Poe was honored by a notable gathering of distinguished people in Jacob Sleeper hall of Boston university Rob rt Treat Paine pre sided Walter Kendall Watkins of the Boston society who has spent some time in Determining as near as possible the exact facts astf Poes birthplace and his parentage read a paper in which he placed the spot of the poets birth in one of two houses which formerly stood in Carver street this city- RobbersDynamite Bank Safe Hadar Neb Jan 20 Robbers dy namited the safe of the Farmers State bank of Hadar and escaped with 2000 There is no clew to the robbers TRIAL OF COOPERS WILL BEGIN TODAY Father and Son to Answer For Death of Carmack Nashville Tenn Jan 20 Duijtean B Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp charged with the murder of Former Senator Edward W Carmack will be placed on trial today before Judge William Hart The prominence of the men involv ed In the case has spread its ramifications into the state capitol and the United States senate It has kept the entire state of Tennessee on edge since fiery impetuous unfortunate Carmack fell on the street before the pistol of young Robin Cooper a vic tim to his unfortunate propensity for holding up to public scorn his polit ical opponntsIAmong the men who will testify to the circumstances that led to the tragedy will in all likelihood be Gov l Iftiillf 0 fDUNCAN COOPER ernor Patterson of Tennessee Sena tor James B Frazier and others con spicuous inthe public life of the state From all parts of Tennessee fjcome friends of the dead senator tent on assisting the prosecution in figIureT Fitzhugh of Memphis a leading lawyer wro is serving as a volunteer counsel for the prosecution under Prosecutor Jeff McCarn On the other hand the Coopers father and son have the backing of political and personal friendship among the members of the Tennessee bar and John D Sharp codefendant in the case who was formerly sheriff of Davidson coun situatedicommandsthQ that a legal battle such as has hereI been seen InTennessee in many will follow the openingof the case in court today The principal attorneys for the defense are J M Anderson General W H Washington James K and M H MeeksBradibrd Victim Identifies Assailant Fort Smith Ark Jan 20 Charles Stinnet colored was caught at Harrison Ark by a mob on a charge of having criminally assaulted a Miss Levett 60 The negro was identified by the woman and for a time it was feared he would be lynched Cooler heads prevailed however and Stin net was lodged in jail rDies From His Injuries Ccshgeton D Jan 20Iryin WfJl1 23 who was disemboweled ten days ago by a big buzzsaw in the Rippel LaJayflrrFj ANNOUNCEMENTSFor announceIas a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party J We are authorized to announce H T STROTHER- as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the Democratic party IForCity Judge announceIb jest to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MGQRD as ti candidate for bief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party WIC ESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Holler Mills Why notse houe ftOtrthi best made Ken Perfectioa and White Pen no eauaL Adv wtisr in the Itews f I r IrClark 1NCORPORA IOn the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods otiC solicit tile cons trlrlc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vote streets or alleys Crashed and Building Stona Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Ceihent and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanity desired Tits utting En of all classes ofConcrete spciatyiad satisfaction guaranteed Dishpan c ciaF r tIThe humble dshpn tas sailed with anailierriis aM n vy clew er minds are b nt or fC z sme means of OGtracizi the vrin bn3 from the Mtcken but the fact emails that tlMaore shining it 5s from uss the laore It reSects the enyobUnqual ItiasolEaal Tfett cr Republican fv y + o MOVED HIS SHOP iTom Cowan the popular barker oCiewiii friends0011 him in iiew m ranl Jljiflfnwiiy building a r fJ lIIi t s 7TTdt THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 P 5 rlJta IETyL1 Ji Mr and Mrs Fitch Entertain Qn the evening of January 18 openedfthe floors of their home to the young people of the Egworth i League of the Methodist church Over thirty young ladies and gen tlemen were present Before the social hour the KW C Glee Club sang a number of songs t A prizeof a box ofcandy had been offered to the young man who could trim to the best advan tage a ladys bat Fifteen young men got busy with ribbons plumes flowers lace velvet chiffon buckles needles and thread Fear fully and wonderfully made were the hats which fifteen young ladies wore tbthe dining room where ice cream and cake were found and enjoyedThe which was deemed the best though fourteen young ladies said it was not was a straw one trimmed in pink ribbon chiffon and very old point lace imported waiiworn by Miss Poindexter and trimmed by Mr Jones The mil linery firmof Poynter and Lan caster has a representative present and Mr Jones was immediately offered a permanent engagement e Mac lister Cockrell Mr George lacAlister and Miss Anna Cockrell both of Mt Sterling were quietly married this morning at 7 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Marion Cockrell They left immediately for an extended trip to Florida Miss Cockrell is well known here where she has a num ber of relatives whom she has visit ed frequently The groom is a very worthy young man e i Card Party Mr and Mrs James Vedder en entertained in a Dost delightful manner Saturday evening in their rooms at the Brown Proctoria Hotel Cards were indulged in until a late hour and quite a number of unique Dutch dishes were then served at the small tables Mrs Vedder has been in our town but a short time but has made quite a number of Mends Mr and Mrs Vedders guests for the evening were Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs Wilson and Miss Rebecca Dtike of Maysvilje Mrs Carrie Buckner Miss Susan Buckner Miss Martha Rye Mr and Mrs Ed Clark Mr Walton Rounsavall Mr W E Sandy Mr and Mrs JT Rhodes Yiley Mr and Mrs Sam Ash brook and Mr Will Dutyyo a a f v The girls of the town will have a Saxton dance on February 22 H Valentine Party The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a Valentine Skating Party at the Auditorium on February 13 Bridge ClubtMrs w H Garner and Mrs Mitchell will entertain the Bridge Club Saturday atfernoon a a t Qnisen berry Clark Mr Robert Qui sea berry and Miss Annie Clark went to Lexington this afternoon where they were quietjy married by Rev Frazee pastor of Forest Grove church at four oclock Miss Minerva Couch man and Mr Velin Woodford accompanied them The couple left immediately for a trip to Louisville after which they will return here fry a visit and then go west to live The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr Will Clark inthe country and is a most charming and popular young lady Mr Qnisen berry is a member of one of the oldest families of our county and is one of our best young business men and quite worthy of the brie he has won We join with a host offriends in congratuations and best wishes for along and prosperous life e Literary Club Mrs William P French Rill be hostess for the Liteiary and Social Club on Friday afternoon at her beautiful country home e Euchre Club 1Mrs J Taliaferro Beckrier will entertain the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoonra e a The Hart Chapter D A R will meet next Friday afternoon at 230 oclock with Mrs Lucien Beckner The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Julia Gaitskill on Saturday afternoon fa e The College Widow VThe College Widow all home alent is to be staged at the local Opera House in the near future The Merchant of Venice was such a success that any number of people have asked that another play be given and The College Widow was decided upm Mr Wallace Owen will be with them from start to finish which of itself insuresa success Broom Ball There is to be a great Broom Ball game at the Auditorium tonightbe tween Winchester and Richmond A large crowd is coming over on a- special and will go back on the regular train It will be worth seeing so everybody be sure and come Jr 3 T HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED i lWe have just completed furnishing our Optical room with electricity and now have a modern Optical room with all the mojdern electric appli ances to do the work with COME AND SEE US li l5 BOWEN r r Jeweler and Optici n t d 1 t A DINNER SET BOUGHT WITH XMAS MONEY is the cause of much rejoicing in the homes of some sensible women hereabouts The pleasing feature is that the woman 1 with a fivedollar gold piece is as happy as f the woman with the tendollar bill xVJ t The secret of it all is our Open Stock Idelr you can buy a large set or a small oneyesJ even a single piece from ann enstock patItern We have some beautifuldesigns The Winn Furniture Cot We Give 5 0 II Green ratiofJStam5e J if c L 7 p Ar l Sis Perkins at the Opera House r A feature in which the manage ment ofU Sis Perkins takes great is the immbe of producIItlOndance and the Coon song with a chesnut flavor with whicha long- suffering public has been inflicted so often are tabooed There JLs lane PEBSONALS V fortMr Ab Haggard ells of this city but now of Bourbon county has sold his farm there and will return to this city to liveIt Mr Kent Garrison Of New York spent Sunday and Monday in our town s Mr Jack McCord was in Lexing to in Tuesday on business Mr Nicely of Cincinnati was a visitor in town Tuesday Mrs Bettie Anderson is spending a few days with Mr and bars C Boswell Mr Robert Taylor wasjn Lexing ton today on business Mr Maxwell Lisle of Lexington was a guest in town Tuesday Mrs R R Perry visited in Lex ington Tuesday Mrs Russ Brown left Tuesday afternoon for Mercedes Texas for an extended visit Miss Golden Day spent Monday in LexingtonMr Mrs BaIt Robinson have returned from a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Cox of Maysville Miss Edna Gaitskill oneof Winchesters most beautiful girls left for Macintosh FlaM for a visit Be fore returning she will visit in Jacksonville Palm Beach St Pe terbsurg and will go to Cuba for a few weeks trip Mr E B Cochran of Bridgeport HI spent from Saturday until Mon day in this city Miss Nette Batson is quite ill of lagrijjpe and acute indigestion Miss Rebecca Duke left Tuesday afternoon for a short visit to Frank fort but will return for daysivisit to Mrs Gus Brooks return to Maysville Mrs Gus Brooks left Tuesday for a short visit to Frankfort Judge George B Nelson Misses Theo and Katherine Nelson left this morning for Florida to spend the winter dlarence Leas of Cynthiana was in town Tuesdayon business and left that afteraonfor Louiville Mr Gus Brooks left this morning for Louisville Mr John Hall was a visitor in Mt Sterling Tuesday Mr Virgil MtbSterling Tuesday v r Messrs Floyd Byrd and SteVes Da Yis were in Mt Sterling Tuesday on business v t d f = 1 irg and there are songs plenty of uploitistic manner Sis Perkins will come Ito the opera house Thursday January 21 and as her fame has preceded her she will no doubt meet with a hearty welcome I t Mr Harrison Scottof Lexington vas a visitor iu our tonn Tuesday Mrs J Crews Rash has returned from a visit to her parents j Mr and Mrs Key in Mayfield and is now the guest of Misses date and Anna stoner Rash Mr and Mrs Sugar have taken the flat above Drs Combs and Combs tlffiee Mr Siiigar has bought an in terest in the MartinCook Drug Co qmteIVabtfsh Ind come Thursday to make their daughter Mrs Iland Baldwin rte extended visity Miss Golden Per yroes to Lexington this afternoon to see Shepherd King A TELEGRAM FOR YOU EVeiybody everywhere says the Postal gives the best service It makes a specialty of commercial business and its facilities arc devoted exclusively to public and press telegiihns It is not hampered by railroad contracts Sporting messages are not given preference to the detriment ofother business There may be a telegraph company more ambitious to serve you prompt ly intelligently wild accurately than the Postal Telegraph Cable Company abut the regular patrons of the Pos do not think sof I respectfully solicit your tele theIworldL11 BUTSCH Manager Office BrownProctoria both phones The beautiful and graphic style of the lectures and the abundance of superior illustrations make the books highly interesting to old and young No better books can be placed in the hands of children Every home will do well to sacrifice something in order to possess these valuable lec hues 1201t WANTS TO BE MARSHAL OWINGSVILLE Ky Jan 20 State Senator John Z Vice of this county is an applicant for appoint ment to the office of United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky t Help Some Theres one goed thing about a college yell observed the man on hte way to the football game sand that ISI that wbilq theyre giving it they cant sing a- college JIOBC 1 J Y J 1 iGETBUSY q Buggies Harness Horse Blankets and Robes Going at a Sacrifice The Best Prices ever j = Offered in Winchester s Everything carried in a firstclass harness and carriage store cut to the quick We must vacate our present quarters immediately and r must reduce our stock il Buggies jf 150 Kaufman Buggies rubber tired atcj125135 Westcott rubber tired ait 110 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 100 Buggies rubber tired at ri135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at IOI 65 Buggies steel tired at Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 1650 Harness at S 12 50 1800 Harness at 14 00 1500 Saddles at r It QJ 1250 Saddles at i 9 QQ Robesj10 8 00 Robes at 5 gg 6 00 Robes at 4 JJ3 3 50 Robes at 2 50 Blankets There are many otHer articles too numerous to mention that go in this sale 1VI FAIRFAX STREET oilon mens andboys Extra HighTop Shoes Calf Boots Lace Boots and Bootees nothing reserved but the Moose Shoes 6 Shoes for = 4 50 5 Shoes Bootees Lace Boots 3 75 4 Shoes for 8 00 3 50 Shoes for 2X65 The Famous Moose Hide Shoes with 12 inch tops for they keep the feet dry McCORD SMITH 6 PHILLIPS flPERA HOUSE The Flaming Arrow The company is the new romantic drama The Flaming Arrow which willappear at the opera house Thursday January 26 gained a rep utation during the run of the play in Chicago that has seldom been ac corded any organization playing the popular priced houses Aside from their cleverness the entire production has been accorded the most flat tering notices from the press and public All the scenery is from the studio of Harry J Buhler Chicago and New York Modern Way of Looking af It The first sin of what we call cIv- ilIzation says the PkUosopher rof Folly is when a ratios tOp killing byaaachinergai- w l 0 J i r BlanKets DBI2 50 Blankets at I 75 1 50 at I QQ ATT BEAN fill5 per cent 850 CHOOSING COAL ANJ EGGS- is pretty much alike You cannot tell how they are going to turn out till you try them If you try our coal the result is assured Youll have a nice comfy house and will find your coal lasting longer than you ever knew it to before Thats because there are no slate stones or dirt in it We sold you coal and thats what you get Nothing else- YELLOW JACKET IS A DANDY JIR Martin Coal and 8uppllCo NEW ART EDITION OF STODDABBS LECTURES ofWinchester StoddardLecturesEdition ntravelisfaddyshould Stoidardpdople to need any special mention illustrations library in itself owiuitit well Do not fail to examine it winyou have the chance I kave teyordered a setfor Jy owa use W A BEtoTYl 120at i c c r 2T If IiiJ Ln IrJ i I I c 0 ii I 10 p- ft THE WINCHTERItEWS J r F4 f rV t lK t14 j4e +6 e s + r a1QIJ Ttt JRound= Upl I A Romanes of Arizona Novelized from Edmund Days Melodrama 1 t f By JOHN MURRAYand MILLS MILLER f Copyright 1908 by G W Dlllingi f ham Co Gee what funny blg words you use Jack But I know what you mean lies too free handed Well hell bean as a trade rat until we get our t home paid for An Ill manage the checker business when were married No more poker an keno for Bud Thank you Jack I always knew you was square Follys sincere praise of his square ness was tuo sharpest thrust possible at Paysons guilty conscience Well he resolved to come as near being square and level as he could He had told half truths to Bud and Polly he would presct the situation to Echo as a possible though not actual one If Polly were wrong and Echo loved him so much that she would break the word she pledged to Dick Lane then lie would confess all and they would do what could be done to make it right with the discarded lover Echo observing from the window who was Pollys companion ran out to Jack with a cry of joy He looked I meaningly at Polly She said Oh 4give me your bridle I know how manys a crowd Jack leaped to tin ground and took Echo in his arms while Polly rode off with the horses to the corral singing significantly Spoon spoon spoon WhIle tle dish ran away with the spoon Jack and Echo embraced clingingly and kissed lingeringly It takes crazy old song like that to express aI foolish we lovers are said Why I feel that I could outfiddle the cat outjump the cow outlaugh the dog and start an elopement that would knock the performance of the tableware as silly aswell as I am talking now Im living in a dreama mId- summer nights dream such as you were reading to me The lunatic the lover and the poet quoted Echo suggestively Dusk was falling From the bunk house rose the tinkling notes of a mandolin After a few preliminary chords the player a Mexican began a love song in Spanish The distant chimes of mis soundjcd 1 Jack and Echo sat down upon t I the steps of the piazza Jackcon I tinued the strain of his thought but in a more I serious vein r Echo Im so happy that I am 14 frightened I I Frightened she asked won deringly Arlocesong Spanish Yes scared downright scared he answered I reckon Im like an Indian An Indian deesnt believe its good medicine to let the gods know hes big happy fol thersc the thunder bird The thunder bird The evil spirit of the storm continued Jack When the thunder bird hears a fellow saying hes big happy lie sends him bad luck Echo laid her hand softly on the mouth of her sweetheart We wont Teoil our happiness then by talking about it We will just feel it just belt She laid her head upon Jacks knee He placed his arm lightly but pro tectingly over her shoulder They sat la silence listening to the Mexicans Tolave song Finally Jack bent over and wS4spored gently in her ear Softly so the thunder bird wont hear Echo tell me you love me that ypu love only me that you will always fciye me no matter what shall happen that you never loved until you loved a fc Echo sat Tiprteb with a start What cte you mean u she exclaimed Of course I love you and you only but the future and the past are beyond our control Unless you know of something that is going to happen which may mar our love your question is sally not at all like your Mother Goose nonSt sethat was dear And as for the past you mean Dick Lanei Yes I mean Dick Lane confessed payaon in a subdued tone I am Jealous of himthat is of even hi- senrV That is not like Jack Payson What feu come over you It is the shadow of your thunder bird You know what xay feeling was for Dick Lane and what it is for it remains the same the ealy difference being that now I know ItJiever was love Even if it were he la dead and I love you Jackyou alctae Oh how you shame me by forcing me to speak of such things I hve tried to put poor Dick out of my ztdfor every time I think of him it- t 1 with a wicked joy that he is dead tut he cannot come home to claim me sushis wife Oh Jack Jack 1 didnt tidbit of you JiU the girl laid her face within her i b4jHli oj her lovers knee and burt i sobbingSyk his teeth ii1fll since I lowered myself Jtr ik esteem and since your WiiMlaiready sinning against Dick 1AJaewemIgbtasweUgo on and set I 4iI t r t tletm matter I pranfe 1wHl not mentiom it again Bt r too have troubled of the jaioCL 1 am as I am and you ought to know it I said I was jealous of Dick Lanes memory It Is more I am jealous of Dick Lane himself If he should return would you leave me and go with himas his wife Again she sat upright By a strong effort she controlled her sobbing The man I admired does not deserve an answer but the cfoild he has proved himself to be and whom I can not help loving shall have it Yes If Dick Lane returns true to his promise I shall be true to mine She arose and went into the house Payson rode homeward through the starlight consumed by torturing jeal ousy HQ now had no thought of con fiding In Jhn Allen He regretted that he had touched so dangerously near the subject Of Dick Lanes return in talking to ud and Polly His burn ing desire was to be safely married to Echo Allen before the Inevitable return of her former lover Fool that I was not to ask her one more question Would she forgive her husband where she would not forgive her lover What will she think of me when all is discovered as It surely will be Well I must take my chances Events will decide On his return to Sweetwater ranch he put the place in charge of his new foreman Sagebrush Charley and went out to a hunting cabin he had built In the Tortilla mountains Here he fought the problem over with his con scienceand his selfishness won He returned fixed In his decision to sup press Dick Lanes letter and to go ahead with the marriage t CHATTER IV- RIDING hard into Florence from ranch Bud Lane up Buck McKee at his gambling joint and in a white heat of indignation informed him in detail of everything that had passed between Payson and himself At once McKee Inferred that the writer of the letter was none other than Dick Line Realizing that Payson was already informed of his villainy and that in a very short time Dick Lane himself would make his appearance on the Sweetwater the half breed concluded to make a bold move while he yet retained the confidence of jBud he said I know the man who is sendin the money to Payson Its Dick yer trother But stammered Bud his brain whirling but if thats so you lied about the Apaches killing him and youwhy youmust have been the renegade the devil who tortured pros pectors Why Bud Dick never wrote all that dime novel nonsense about the man who stood by him towell not the very last fer Dick has managed somehow to pull through Probably he wuz saved by the rurales that wuz chasm the band that rounded us up No its Payson Jack Payson that made up that pack uv lies jes to keep you away from me the man that wuz last with Dick an so may get on to Jacks game an block it Game What game asked Bud bewilderedWhy U told me It yerself to marry Dicks girl an live on Dicks hard earned money But Dick borrowed the three thou sand of Jack objected Bud Well the dollars he borrowed have all gone haint they And the money hes send In back Dick dug out uv the ground by hard work didnt he Leastaways Payson hadnt ort to use the money fo rope In Dicks girl It ort to be kep from him anyhow till Dick comes on the ground his own self That d hold top the weddln all right if I know Josephine Itd be easy to steer her into refnsln to let Echo go Into n mortgiged home Simple minded Bud readily accepted the wily half breeds explanations and surmises and fell into the trap he was preparing This was to hold up the express agent and rob him of the mon ey Payson was expecting on securing which it was McKees intention toflee the country before Dick Lane returned to denounce him To ascertain just when the money came Into the agents hands and to act as a cover in the rob bery itself an accomplice was needed For this purpose no man in all the Sweetwater region was better adapted than Bud Lane Frank and friendly with every one he would be trusted by the most suspicious and cautious officIal in Final county The fact that he had chosen Buck McKee as an au sociate hud already gone far to re habilitate this former bad man in the good graces of the community Under cover of this friendship McKco hoped to escape suspicion of any kind In the homicide he contemplated- For it was murder foul unprovoked murder that was in the black soul of the half breed He intended to incriminate Bud so deeply as to put it beyond all thought that he would confess Young Lane passionately loyal to his brother was ready for anything that would delay Paysons marring to Echo Allen Together with the wild joy that sprang up in his heart at the thought that his brother was alive was Intwlned a violent hatred against his former employer In the fierce tur bulence within his soul generated by the meeting of these great emotions he was impelled to enter upon a mad debauch in which McKee abetted and joined him To be Continued J Dont fail to have your picture tak en at Earps art gallery while the reduced rates are on Januarjronly 118 eout- t r i F t RUSHINGGOOD ROADS WORK What the National Grange Iv Don and Has Accomplished The movement initiated by thtf National Grange Patrons of Husbandry to secure appropriations by congress tfor aiding the state and local road au highwayIng progress during the past year The plans for a national educational Campaign approved at the last annual ses lon of the order have been carried out on a large scale with the result that the prqposltiori for federal aid has been widely discussed and in dorsed in all parts of the country The most convincing proof of the farreaching effect of the grange movement for better roads is found in the fact that for the first time the national platforms of the two great political parties contained planks favoring road improvement This remarkable prog ress as compared with a few years ago when the subject was ignored by both parties can justly be credited to the public sentiment created by the persistent agitation of the grange The press In general has given cordial support to the good roads movement and the leading newspapers magazines and farm journals testify to the interest of their readers in the subject by the frequent publication of articles dealing with various phases of the subject The importance of improved roads Its a great economic re form which will directly promote the prosperity of the largest producing in dustry of the nation and thus indirectly benefit all classes and interests is now fully recognized and the prob lem remaining is that of concentrating this favorable public sentiment on congress so as to secure the enact ment of legislation making effective the wishes of the people It has been given out at Washington that of thousands of letters received from farmers by the presidents Commission on Country Life by far the larger number advocate Improved roads as the most important reform in the farmers interest that congress can aid in securing It is undoubtedly the reform that means most in dollars and cents to the individual farmer and the adoption of the grange policy of federal aid will be the most effective agency in bringing about the es- tablIshment of a complete system of improved roads in every section and locality in the country RACK FOR HAULING WOOD Make It to Fit the Wagon Frame as Described Below Take two 4x5 pieces of very strong wood 11 to 12 feet long and cut a notch in each so as to fit down over hind bolster of wagon to prevent rack from slipping backward or forward Use four or six standards on each side and the same number of cross pieces so placed that the standard in going downthrough the socket catches llJ Ll A Handy Wood Rack against the end of the crosspiece as shown in cut Make standards 33 feet long They may be cut off afterward if desired Make standard sockets from old wagon tires to admit a standard Ix4 inches and with holes for one half inch bolts Bolt all crosspieces firmly Have wagon near by when making rack and place the rack so far forward that in turning the front wheels will just mIst the end ALFALFA ON WORNOUT SOILS A Good Stand Cannot Be Secured Until Well Manured Concerning the possibilities of al falfa on wornout soil Prof A M Ten Eyck of Kansas observes that it is a fact well known to old clover growers that clover cannot be readily started on old worn lands until the soil has ben improved in texture and fer tility by manuring The same is true also of alfalfa and it is often advis able before seeding alfalfa on thin or worn land to take a year or two in preparing the soil by green manur ing deep plowing and thorough cul tivation with the application also when possible of barnyard manure Alfalfa may be started on very thin land deficient in humus and nitrogen but which contains a suffi cient supply of the mineral elements of plantfood but under such condi tions it starts very slowly and may not produce profitable crops for a year or two after seeding yet in time when the plants have estab lished a deep rootsystem and are well supplied with the nitrogengathering bacteria the alfalfa makes a thrifty growth and produces excellent crops even without manuring or fertiliza tion Ten Eyck asserts that he knows of fields which before seeding to alfalfa would not produce 30 bushels of corn per acre in a favorable season that are now yielding annually four to five tons per acre of good alfalfa hay Give Her Chance for Exercise It is a bad thing for the brood sows to be kept shut up in a small pen dur ing the winter They pught to be out in the yards and pasture where they Will get plenty of exercise and a varied diet Common sense treatment of the brood SOWi from the time they are bred until they farrow will reduce the low of pigs at farrowing time veiy materially 5 f You Cannot Answer 4 ths QllestionsI 1why do you ontinue bathing your knees and elbows one ata tine when can stretch out in a full bathttSni pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carrywat- er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet i 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get itffiom a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plants outti of tliev Ohio River the etc the the t jrvIjinuI lookinpr you liav it blooininjr jlower imdcnn Ihe the the 5Whi yonipnrcsr and your the house it nptvtnie nnf not lackof but lack aiijl1eiiterprie and indiffion to etting tjy C F ATTERSALL Superintendent r Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At Maple Street and Lexington Evenne will tell you alljfibout it Youll be surprised at inexpensive these le j An Advance for Winchester just installed at great expense WE engine and other machinery with which ve are now prepared to furnish DAY CURRENT for light and heat and power for and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all ofelectric lighfing Remember that elefetric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish 6n meter if desired Winchester Railway Light ce Co W P HACKETT GENL We furnish Ice in well Summer J HQRSESM9EINJThe for the before was his you T the hard there has fro the start in number and in the volume business We new every We yours incited to an attenion to all business M iiL t The of I New Year means the uptodate methods l in the of mens suits overcoats etc and in of ladys fine waists Turn over a new for the new year and make a good to have your garments cleaned and pressed or dyed f the As nid if same liniiret IP the lipaUVof V i J 6 It prh es have it 1 S as as Aroundi- n surprise we him comfortable it properly more yet confidence to to SCOTT tr Peoples State Bank agojustion Notwithstanding growth depositors us J HUbGKIN Cashier BROWN President B COCKRELL President ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS Arrival cleaning dyeing cleaning resolution atIe- Cincinnati Tailors iwily ouTotliie Horse STROTHER CAPITAL 100000 Citizens National Bank Paid Capital 100000 Surplus WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS0 Will give courteous treatment andrattend promptly carefully to all business entrusted tous Jl D Simpson A H Hampton Cashier F Phillips V J W PoynterIAsst Cashier FIRE IS SPREADING MESSINA 19Fire is spreading among the ruins in spite of The odor of burning flesh 4s mingled with smoke It feared still alive are being cremated 1l1 t t I have n yard vlieu cnn fined with green jrrnss nil of dust street suffer other incon when von mn evcrythirig Bright iL Is that Jhe sweriR ofeennnriv t mot t cor how are our fans sorts INCORPORATED MGR Winter newest when shoe first time Never how shod Hell know when realizes how they give gait Treat horse shoeing Hell reciprocate better work and better temper times been steady the ofour enroll names week want You iotv open account with Per sonal Vice and the dresses leaf hnvf fpr up 42000 you and Pres Pres Ain work of soldiers persons comfort family knew to be he our in ofour are coi T CALL ON NELSONJbelransferHan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICMMt Mife tM Jfctt Km Ifi t J ryt t r Capital iooooo Undivided Profits SI60ooo 1JTHE Winchester Bank 0 IItII N H WITHER t ON 1 PRESIDENT t r W R SPHARC- ASIIIBR c 7t 7 9L SOLICITS YOUR AOOOUJITS I p 4 I HAGAN 1 AS AND- JASOLINl Enginesl Ir SIMPLE fELIABiE ECONOMICAL i Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES l i f HAbAN GAS ENGINE r9 MFGtCot INCORPORATED t rT WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTONJ Pres BJ CURTIS CasWi tt THE f tt Clark County National Bauk MAIN SXME1SX Y lttrsbuterM Itntaek jI 200000Surplus 1OOOOO t UndtwidedProfit 35 OpO 3sakuiIhecityCollections made all points and your aov counts solicited GARAGEBringme for repair or storage 1 haVe i an uptodate Garage with 47 nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Began Winchester Ky i Cor Broadway and Highland 1k A PROFESSIONAL CARDS jt J M STiIS0N C I rttorney60 S Main i Wrnchester1Kt y PENDLETON BUSH BUSH iAttorneys At Law 1 f 60 S Main St Winches rJ Ky g- e rrGILBERTUBOTTO FOR 7 Fresh G Cured Meats aFish Vegetables Country Predace iBOTH PHONES OFEHA HOUSE BLOCK r WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M 6 G H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed ani iepirti DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over AH a Murphys Store opp CoHrt Hpmf t a t Cook wright Iransfer alii IceCi i wi IJ IadIi aid Naim Fw Riff PlaiN J Elci Jifin Irl 1II19 Nr MiM IrNt WI r J J r fJf ft ii J r r i 4 ti 4r l i t t 1 I je l j 6 t i rrA t 4 iTHE WINCHESTER MEWS f J y 4 i i J 1809 The Lincoln Centenary19- 09Lincoln j as a Story Teller Part Second Cream of His Anecdotes Brigadiers Vet sus Horses Hoosier and Gin erbread As Fhrasemaker I oNE time a with ff foreign consuls o- nboardSI ff steamed out of the port of Charleston and re manned outside for twentyfour hours T h e Charleston a papers therefore claimed that according to inter national law the blockade was bro ken and could thereafter be dis regarded Lincoln looked into the I law concluded there was nothing in the claim and illustrated his j view of the case thus It is very much fxx WQTDNT BE 8i if a man had LOOSE WOtTLDHE been hooped up tight in a hogshead and should contrive in some way to knock the bung out and then issue a proclama tion through the bunghole that he was free He wouldnt be loose would he When Mr Lincoln became prominent- in Republican politics in Illinois one of his old Whig friends upbraided him aboliytionists This friend said he had come all the way to Springfield to find why he had done It Mr Lincoln evaded an argument and satisfied the old Whig by an inevitable and charac teristic story You and I are like th boy and the tanner A country boy ran off to the city He walked all day and came to the outskirts of a small town The first building he encountered was a tannery and through the hole of the door protruded the tail of a cat which was used as a latchstring The boy stopped to eye it with great curiosity and just then the tanner came out of another door What is it boy What do you want 1 he asked Nuthin said the boy only I was won derIn how that goldarned cat got through that hole and what it went in for The president often joked about the number of brigadier generals he was making To a gentleman who was one day urging the appointment of another Lincoln objected that there were ale ready more generals than they knew what to do with The visitor still in listed whereat Lincoln said Now look here you are a farmer believe Suppose you had a large cattle yard full of all sorts of cattlecows oxen bullsand you kept killing and disposing of your cows and oxen bpt took good care of your bulls By and by you would fullo1en Now it will be just so with army generalsAnother if I dont stop making theI time it was reported that a detachment of cavalry and a youth fur brigadier from New York had been captured Mr Lincoln said he was sorry to lose the horses What do you mean 1 he was asked t Why he rejoined I can make a brigadier any day but those horses cost money Despite the brilliancy of Charles Sumner he was SenatorI liked by President Lincoln early part of the war Sumner and Thad Stevens pestered the pa tient Lincoln much on the subject of emancipation for which he was not fready at that time One day glancing out of the window he saw the trio approaching and remarked to a visitor that it reminded him of an Incident of his school days His class had been trying to pronounce the names of Shadrach Meshach and Abednego and Lad finally succeeded The teacher was net satisfied but insisted on a repetition beginning with Lincoln who was at the head of the class Thereupon the small boy at the foot began to cry When asked what was the matter he blubbered Dont you see them three cusses are coming this way again 1 In the darkest and most troublesome days of the war a sympathetic friend remarked to Mr Lincoln This being president isnt all it is cracked up to be is iU No1 said Lincoln I feel some times like the Irishman who after be t1ngrlddenon a rail said Begorry if it wasnt for the honor av th thing Id rather walk t This recalls another story of the dark days when one generous soul came to the president with sincere and heartfelt words of praise Lin coln thanked him cordially and remarked that he did not receive too many such compliments Then he popularfI dotes leggedn008legingerbread which he was Industriously stuffing into his mouth with both hands Tke boys came around and laughed loud ly but he of the gingerbread paid not the slightest heed A crowd gathered but he goneThenhis mouth and remarked with a satisfied alkh I reckon I like gingerbread better than any man in Indiana and get less of It praisejIf he could live now when the whole 1t brldMs ringing with hia plauditgcr tainy some of the paiD would le ave j wt SrcL By James A EdgertonI Copyright 1909 by the American Press Association his tired eyes and the sadness would be smoothed from his furrowed face Many men have left their testimony of Lincolns narrative gift It Is well that we let a few of these speak here i General Lew Wallace the famous author of BenHur said of Lin colns conversational power I have never heard anything that approached it The logic the wit the pertinent anecdote poured out in an unceasing stream Schuylcr Colfax speaker of the house and later vice president one night visited the president when important news was expected from An tletam He remarked as he went in that no news had come He went put and returned at 3 in the morning and there was still no news Schuyler what does it all mean said Lincoln wearily Are we not on Gods side We have thought that wi were Then with a gesture of despair he added I would gladly ex change places tonight with any dead soldier boy on the battlefield The next morning Colfax went to the capitol and asked several repre sentatives if they had any news of the battle NO was the reply but we have seen Lincoln and he seems to be feel ing so good and told so many stories that everything must be all right In recounting this story Robert C Ogden lecturer and philanthropist- said it illustrated the wonderful power of 4 President Lincoln in the dark days of the war cloaking his real feelings in order that the country might not suffer from depression Frank B Carpenter who spent six months in the White House painting the famous picture of the reading ot the emancipation proclamation said this of the popular view that some of the Lincoln stories were broad Mr Lincoln I am convinced has been greatly wronged in this respect Every foul mouthed man in the country gave currency to the slime and filth of his own Imagination by attributing it to the presi dent It Is but simple justice to his mem ory that I should state that during the entire period of my stay in Washington alter witnessing his Intercourse with nearly all classes of men I cannot recollect to have heard him relate a circumstance to any one of them that would have been out of place uttered in a ladys drawing room Dr Stone Lincolns family physician said the president was the purest hearted man with whom I ever came in contact William H Seward pronounced him the best man he had known Judge Bates his attorney general said Mr Lincoln comes very near being a perfect man according to my ideal of manhood Of the presiden tial story telling Judge Bates remarked The character of the presi dents mind is such that his thought habitually takes on this form of illustration by which the point he wishes to enforce Is invariably brought home with a strength and clearness im possible in hours of abstract argu ment The meekest of modern men was not the first who taught in parable The power of his stories is shown by the fact that they have passed into the folklore of the race The narrative faculty was not the only one In which Mr Lincoln excelled As a phrasemaker and as a humorist and wit ho ranks high Many of his sayings have be v f come a permanent part of the language These p utterances and jokes are as indi vidual as the man The most familiar of his I proverbs such as You can fool t some of the peo pie all of the I time and all of e the people some ff of the time but foolfj all of the time which was un n doubtedly L i n coins despite doubts to the Contrary also government of the people by the Aim WE NOT ON people and for GODS SIDE the people which even If not originated by Lin coln was given currency by him like- wIse God must love the common peo pIe be made so many of them These are known to all but other remarks quite as pat are to be found through out his speeches and letters For example there was the delegation which expressed the hope that the Lord was on our side to whom Lin coin flashed the reply that his greatest concerts was that we should be on the Lords side There is also his world famous retort to the impertinent Questioner who wanted to know how long a mans legs should be Long enough to reach the ground said Lincoln To o4e of his generals who complain ed of an insurmountable obstacle in the way of bas advance carpe the prey tldentiil advl eI t Well if you cant plow through the log perhapsyou can plow annd1t1 i OPERAHOUSE Thursday January 21st ONE NIGHT ONLY The Copiedy Drama Si Perkins SOMETHING DIFFERENT FROM ANYTHING YOU HAVE EVER SEEN Special Cast New Scenic Pro= duction Singing Dancing rtusical Special = ties- Popular Prices Everybody Likes tIt 25c 35c 50c Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITESTOVESBEST BUSHontheCorner I I MAYr YOU DO MAYBE YOU DONT NEED A NEW ROOF If you do we can furnish any lengths desired in V Crimp Painted or Galvanized Iron roofing at reason able prices We also furnish sticks with each lot sold GRANT WITT e CO SO NortH Main PUBLIC SALE- OF DAIRY I OUTFIT Thursday January 21st At 10 oclock A M on the W S Massie farm near the city on the Rnokerville pike I will sell publicly my Dairy ontft as follows 15 Good Cows some will be fresh in a few days One Good Grade Bull 16 Weanling Calves Milk Wagon good as new 1 Set Heavy Harness 25 Dozen Bottles Aerator Cans Etc H A FIELDER JONAS BUSH Auctio- neorANYTHI N T Sjounc for sale for rent ad rerti in the ekssinod column h THE NEWS t J r ryr i THE WINCHESTER NEWS1 i The Best- Advertising EE I Medium in TT- i Clark Countym t i Now is the time for the I uptodate lousiness man ii to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every 4 week day in the year ov er 1600 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper was started estimatedIthat a 1000 circulation would be satisfac tory At the rate the paper is growing 2 500 will be nearer the mark The Spring trade is almost at hand If a Merchant does not do businessnowhecannev er hope to do it The Country has awakened snce the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time Ipy the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read r the News every evening The people who have money ontheruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morning SSSSSSSSi J Advertise inII 66 THE NEWS and be abreast of the times T5heS WINCHESTER NEW5COINCORPORATED I i t I Tii J iit ti t LJ1r V ft 4 t 4 t 4PwR f I T1fFwrCHEStEftt NFW t 1 ir IPHmD AD RESS AT nIGHSCHO l r Rtv li PLowry Talks to Students ic1ont i i The usual Wcdhesdayvmorriing joint exercises ihex utents of the Higfr School iand thp jddr by the Rev M P Lowry were greatly appreciated- by aU present this morning The important facts in the life of Jonah and the great lessons taught by those fats were presented ina manner that could hut pleithose who he tVtlie speaker Friends who have attQiido jthese exercises freely express the jinion that all patrons and friends of the school as far as it is possible to do so sliou djjJttoj lliCc exercises Let parents come out to see what their children fire dohSNext Wednesday President H K Taylov wW has recently returned from Cuba will give a talk on Cuba as she isuowJSThe Th11oviijvisitors were present Mrs C V Bridw ll Miss Sadie May of Louisville Mrs R D Ramsey Miss Patti6 Ramsey Mrs W A Ad ams Mrs t T Ecton Rev M P Lowry ID V ANTS PRETTY GIRL Mayor Hughes Does Not Know What To Do With Latest RequestSt Mayor Hughes must be getting pop- ulaiv Vitness the letter he received fro nll Atlanta firm jWednesdayS mornugHe is thinking it over tovCol Tom Stuart or Attor ney Jim Winii Atlanta Georgia Jan 11 1909 The Honorable Mayor Winchester Kentucky DearlS rVmtld you object to om sejidin a young lady to visit y6ii each month this year 7 We are going to send twelve pretty girls selected with great ctreto call on our old customers and a few others whom we hope some day to win over with our high grade prod ucts After the first one calls we will appreciate your advising us if you would like the other eleven to Come tooSSS Yours very truly FREDERICK DISIN3TEC x TANT CO By Jlredk A Hoyt See and Treas MR = SETH BECKNER ENTERTAINS PARTY W fTayidr Wrjtes of Trip of Lour jisville Posts Guests in- Cuba Prof H K Taylor wrote to the JiQuisville Evening Post a series of 4jeUcis describing the tr velsand sightseeing tile Post party in Cu ta In his letter of January 9 he thus desciibes this meeting with Mr Seth BeckneijtJbon of Judge Beckner pf this city In thc afternoon we went to Mar 55iaiio2 the headquarters of Gen Fitz hugh Lee at the time of the evacuation and at present the site of Columbia camp where some 4000 soldiers have been stationed We were met by Mr Seth Beckiier son of Judge Wm Beckner of Winches tel who is in the Quartermasters Depaitment We spent a delightful hour in Lee Palace as the guest of MrBeekner and then visited the os trich farm which was of great in terest tp nsnl1 Here we saw some twenty splendid birds and were told all about the bare of them and their liabits Returning for dinner we had as our guests Bishop Candler and Mr Beekne and for two hours wit tumor and ijeparlee made the min tes pass as SeC nd Thus two mor deys have passed and both have been triin tuT of pleasure profit rind enjoyment On to MattinzaSj Bella mar Caves etc tomorrow We are going to sefr everything In these TOT Sion H K TAYLOR NIGiiMRIDER TROUBLES FRANKFORT Ky Jan 20An entirely new phase of the night rider troubles in Western Kentucky has leen discovered by George L Sehon Superintendent of the Kentucky Chil drens Home at Louisville Mr Sehon who is here today says that already seventyfive children h8v been returned to the home from W sferniKentucky by fAmilies in the ySjfbib per districts He says that theirj jsqns assigned for returning the IjWen are that those people who have taken the wards into their homes JtarefcrTiaye become afraid that some haim might come to them in law Jelw outbreaks f h 2 fSy 55S a I 11 THE MARKETS II CATTLE DULL AND PRICES UNCHANGEDc CINCINNATI 0 Jan 19Re ceipts and shipments of live stock ni Ihe Cincinnati Union Stockyard to day were CattleHogs Sheep Receipts 353 2433 3110 Slupmentsn 298 2474 Cattle Dull at yesterdays decline hippers 5625 extra G35675 butcher steers extra 5855 good to choice 485575 common to fair 360475 heifers extrj525e j550 good to choice common to fair 250415 cows extra 4605475 good to choice 4450 common to fair 2350 camiers 23 bulls steady bolognas 325415 extra 425435 fat Duns 4405 milch cows steady Calves Steady rind quiet extra 850 fairto gooclG25825 com mon and large 5 58 Hogs Quiet j packers and butchers 1015c higher pigs unchanged and slow good to choice packers and butchers G50655ipixed pack ers 6G45 common to choice heavy fat sows 450610 extra 615 light shippers 535580 pigs 110 and less 4255530 Sheep Strong extra 510525v soocl to choice 4505 common to fair 2425 Lambs Steady extra 780 good- St choice 7255775 common to- rah 57 CHICAGO MARKET CHICAdo Jan 19CattleRec- eipts estimated at 4500 market steady beeves 400725 Texans 4lo525 Westerners 400560 tocks and feeders 325500 cows and heifers 175550 calves 775995 HogsReceipts estimated at 24000 market 5c higher light 5G5625 mixed 590650 heavy 590660 rough 590 iO5pOd to choice heavy 605 450540 bulkof sales 610625 SheepReceipts estimated at 15000 market steady native 325565 vestern 325 570 yearlings 600700 lambs 525790 western 525790 CHICAGO Jan 19Decreasedceipts of wheat in this country in spired bullish sentiment in the wheat market here today and prices at the Ipse showednet gains ofc to c Corn and oats closea firm tind provisions easy Range of Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows VHEAT Open High May 10634 1 073h Q8y8SeptLow Close IaytST0S 1 07 July 4 71975sSept94 945s CORN Oen High May 61 61 2 July 61 6134 5SeptSS615 61 V Low Close May 61 6Pi July 61 6i 4 Sept 6i7 61 8M BALL GAME WITH RICHMOND FIVE Visitors Will Come On Special Train Wednesday Night to Auditorium Richmondbroomwill line up at the Auditorium Wed nesday night in the second of a ser- i s of games The Richmond team is one of the latest entries in tne league and playing a fine game A special train will bring a number of Richmond people here who will come along to root for their team They will return on the regular that leaves here at 11 oclock GOVERNOR LILLEY LOSES MEMBERSHIP I House of Representatives Take Ac tion on Connecticuts Gov ernors Case Special to The News- WrASfflGTON Jan 20George Lilley Governor of Connecticut has been dropped from membership of House of Representatives POWDER PLANT BLOWS UP 20 MEN HURT Special to The New a PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 20 An explosion at ihe Duponfc Powder plant Gibberstown injured 20 men Several small buildings were dostroy j t jH Jul11 4 I TWENTY THREE MEN PERISH By Explosion and Fire in One of the Water Cribs at Chicago Special to The News v CHICAGOran 20 Twenty three workmen perished and forty were iuI jured in a fire ihaV destroyed the Water Worts Crib n mile and a alf off shore Flames started by tUtT explosion of llie magazine The Crib was qmckly mestroyed The surviv ors were rescued by tugs NEGRO GElS 2 YEARS FOR STEALING HIDES Petit JuryPin Montgomery Circuit Court Chosen and Gets to WorkS MT STERLING Ky Jan 20InCircuit Courtf yestciday morning af tel Judge Young had passed on the gentlemencien B Green Marcus A Prewitt James W White Green B Swango Albert Skidmore Steve Pieratt Al- Ien Prewitt Toe MA S Bridges Albert M Bourne R C Robinson Richard Stofer James Harve Henry William H H Canan James E Gay Anderson C Bogie Will W Wilson Dan Drennan Roger D Barnes William T Tyler The Commonwealth cases were taken up in the afternoon The case of Commonwealth vs George Hunt colored charged with stealing hides andselling them Jiin Winchester was in the hands of the jury in a few minutes Hunt being given two years in the penitentiary The case against John Hawkins charged with the mur der of Horace Reynolds here about sixteen year ago was continued un til the next term of court Sells a Good farm Through W Hoffman Wood real estate agent the Bright heirs of this city have sold toThomas F Triplett the farm of the late Mrs Pattie Bright three miles from this city on the Winchester pike Possession to be given on March T 1909 The farm contains about 98 acres and is one of the most desirably located in the county The price paid was 11500 equal to cash- Baumont Hotel Changes Hands Mr T F Black who has been in charge of the Baumont Hotel in this city for the past year his relinquish ed his lease and moved with his family to Columbia Tennessee Mr Black is succeeded in the manage ment of the hotel by Mr Edgar Baum the owner who is assisted by Mr Robert Wells a capable young hotelman LOUISVILLE MAY GET LINCOLN CENTENNIAL I Inaccessibility of the Farm May Cause Change in the Anni versacy ProgramS LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 20There its some probability that the centen nial anniversaryof the birth of Abraham Lincoln which has been plan ned for flue old Lincoln farm near Hodgenville Kentucky will be held in Louisville owing to the practical impossibility of handling the crowds between H6dgenville and the Lincoln farm a distance of three miles The celebration will be held on February 12 and itisproposed to mainS it notable by the laying of the nerstone of the proposed Lincoln me suggestionhasconfidential secretary of Robert Collier chairman of theNational Executive Committee of the Lincoln Farm Association that the celebration take place in the armory in Louisville which will accommodate a crowd of 12000 person RESENT ACTION OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT California Legislators Say That An tiJapanese Legislation Will Be Pushed Special to The News- SACRAMENTO CaL Jan 20 The effortspf Presiaenfc Roosevelt to block the antiJapnes measures are resented bythe legislatOrswho de clare thatJe l tion will be paJsked t4 v SCCIALISTS HAVE PLAN1 Kenton srganizatfon Petitions FrI500000000 Ship Canal Kenton 0 Jan 20Kenton So- cIalists have adopted a series of res olutions which hav been sent to the president of the United States andto Congressman Cole The resqJMions recommend the ap- propriatIon of 500000000 to be used for cutting a ship canal from Toledo rtO a point on the east short of Lake Miciigan and an extension of the same to the Mississippi river The resolutions also ask for the building cf a railroad from New York to St- Loi with branches to the lakes riv ers and coal mines the road not to be operated for profit such Charges only to be made as are sufficient to pay operating expenses The building of the canal and rail road would relieve the present dis tres by offering work to all the So cialists aver Grain Fields Damaged Sacramento CalJan 20 No grain has seen ruined around the city of Sacramento south to the mouth of the river by the floods In the northern part of Colusa Butte Qlenn Sut ter and Yolo the grain fields will suffer to the extent of about 60000 acres Phipps Visits President Washington Jan 20 W H Phipps secretary of the Ohio Repub lican executive committee called on the president ASS COMMISSION- TO VISIT LIBERIA President Heeds Appeal rom- Negro Republic Washington Jan 20 President Roosevelt sent a message fo congress relative to conditions in Liberia the- Ine being prompted by Secretary Roots Jetter to the president embodying the appeal from the commission ers of Liberia that the United States guarantee the political and territorial integrity of that country Theme sage follows I earnestly hope that the recom mendaion of the secretary of state will be approved and that congress will grant the appropriation of 20 to pay the expenses of a commis sion who shall go to Liberia to ex amine into the situation confer with the officers of the Liperian govern ment and with the representatives cf other governments actually present in Monrovia and report r3commen3a tions as to the specific action on Oe part of the government of the United States most apt to render effective relief to the republic of Liberia under the present critical circumstances Tie relations of the United States to Liberia are such as to make it an im perative duty for us to do all in our power to help the little republIcS which is struggling against verse conditions I very earnestly hope that the action proposed will beta en Mr Root says that te condition of Liberia is really serious The 40000 or 50000 civilized negroes mostly de cendants of colonists from the United States find it especially difficult to Control the native tribes or because of lack of education to conduct their own goyernment in accordance with modern requirements DENOUNCES CONGRESS Board of Trade Man Wanted Mer chant Marine Legislation Washington Jan 20Hopefor a return of business confidence and a renewed prosperity was the keynote of the address of Frank D LaLanne president of the national board of trade at the opening of the thirty ninth annual meeting of that organ ization President LaLanne characterized the failure of congress to enact legis lation in the interest of our merchant marine as a national disgrace advocated a revision of the Sherman an titrust law so as to permit industrial combinations such as experience proved to be necessary for the proper conduct of modern business made a plea for tariff revision as speedily as possible so as to relieve the business world of anxiety arid recommended a 500000000 bond issue for waterway improvements Harmon Grants First Pardon Columbus 0 Jan 20 Governor Harmon Issued his first pardon He granted froedom from the peniten tiary to George BoVers who is believed to be dying from consumption He was sent up two and a halt years ago to serve 15 years for a penal off nse THE MEAT Of IT John W Gates and iiiwife were bitten by a pet dog at El Paso Tex t and are fearful of an attack of hydro phooia John D Rockefeller has ma1e an other milliondollar bequest to the University of Chicago Mrs Samuel Mather sisterin law of the late John Hay ia dead at her home in Cleveland J Cyrus H Baldwin 93 nestor of the Dayton O bar died following a stroke of apoplexy tOiihuaWAshIey for 20 yearsa ember of tb Soutfi Carolina Jsglgla I f1q ip4icTt4 Q 1i f a c L55 h VNEZttANPROTQcOL Commissioner Buchanan Arranges Foi ArbitrationSCaracas Jan 4i0A protocol for the settlement of the disputes be ttyeenthe United States and Venezu ela has been practically agreed upon by W I Buchanan the specia commissioner of the United States who came to Caracas several weeks ago for the purpose of composing the difficulties of the two governments and I r I COMMISSIONER BUCHANAN the Gomez administration The prO- tocol in its present form provides for arbtration of claims I f The final form of the protocol is awaiting the consent of Secretary of State Root to certain modificatiops in- the claim of the New York and Ber mudez Asphalt company Hudoplh Dolge the local repre3en tative of the Orinoco corporation one of the claimants has cabled the com pany to send to Caracas an attorney to aid him in a settlement It is probable that President Gomez will give a banquet at the nra ores pal ace in honor of Mr Buchanan after the signing of the protocol To Retire Saturday Washington Jan 20f Secretary Root following his election as sena torfrom New York by the legislature of that state today hopes to be able to attend to some pressing matters in bY1thtary will be named for secretary of state Commits Suicide In Street Akron 0 Jan 20Driven to des peration by continued inability to get work Saniuel Laffle railroader sui cided on the street by drinking carbolic acid He leaves a wife and small children MAY CHANGE PLACE Now Proposed to Hold Lincoln Memorial at Louisville LouisVille Ky Jan 20There is spire probability that the centennial anniversaryof the birth of Abraham Lincoln which has been planned for thel old Lincoln farm near Hodgen ville Ky will be held in Louisvilie wIng to the practical impossibilityS Cf handling the crowds genvills anjkthe Lincoln farm a distance of three miles The celebrationS will be held on Feb 12 posed to make it notable by laying proposedLIncoln To Confederate Dead Kansas City Mo Jan 20A na tional movement to secure funds for the erection of a monument in Arling ton cemetery Washington D C in memory of Confederate dead was started by the Kansas City chapter of tie United Daughters of the Con federacy The plan is for each of the 57000 members in the United States to subscribe SI Miss Maggie Shaw is confined to hr room with tonsilitis LOSToil Boone avenue between Main and College streets jaVfemall gold pin with coral setting lender return to News office and receive reward 1203t THE NEWS by mall SSYvear l S CUSSIf IED- COLUMN jt pClassified Per Word iSOnehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender mouth Nothing counted less than 20i words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents t1 tCLOSING OUT SALEHaVinjr- ented my store room r am cdm polled to close out at oneemyJ stock of harness saddles stock lwork whips etc If you neeaSthing in this line it will pay you ior call J W REID K Main street I P S Parties owing me ssjllfc please call arid settle vsLfi 120 6i FOR RENTHouse of eight rqom corner Hickman and MainV rRgne reasonable 120 6 tri LOST Pair of gold rirniesaeSg1aqs DavqPrewitts J on Lexington pike near Dave Pre4 iwitts farm Had gold chain with hairpin attached Reward Return to C H Bowen s store l 1203 WANTEDAsecondhand 1e heater Apply this office V fla92t FOR SALE Coal at 21 North Main street You will be pleased Wi both quality and price i191n9 FOR RENT Four rooms withjgaW MRS D SMANN 290d11ijstreet Home phone No 335 cc 11s3tjFO- UNDl3Iack belt Owner ean have same by calling at officd5 paying for this advertiscment7S J 1J 118tf lFOR SALE Excellent oneVflight rstairway Apply toJ WSNorth Main street 11O3t V FOR RENT House on Buckner street THORNTON 1 WItIiSS 14otf9F- OR SALEGrocery and meat shppi ipaying business JTerms reason Av able Address W A B this officer S114tfJWANTEDTo take orders for makI lug cakes beaten bisc trolls tim LUPXCOLE1Ilege street Home phone 65- 4112lmq r FOR SALEEight shares of Peo pies State Bank stock Inquire i atr this office 1lSrtfiC FOR SALEI have seven nice Eniglish bull pups for sale at reason able prices Be glad to hay you fcalland see them DENNIS DAN IELS 12 S Highland jA 1 FO RSALECheapgrapnopJWnif1 and about 30 records also largef Morning Glory horn AddreNSR B this office 19 tfi SEWING WANTEDMy sister and I have recently been turned out ofa house whichwe thought be t longed to us We are exceedingly poqr butMant to earn our living We woulo e grateful for any se r ing given us to do and woiild do it faithfully MAR BROOMV FIELD 363 S Main street t 12 31 WANTEDTo buy furs scrap irpntV and all kinds of metal Best buyer I in town Chas Zigman Main andvV Washington i 1191rno44 FOR SALE An 0 K Jwell 6okl stove for coal Goodcondifion Will sell cheap 341 L BrdaaayJ or E Tenn phone 164 l154t rt I EagleCastingCoINCOftPORATED l WINCHESTER KY 4 f t MANUFACTURERS OFv 1 IrtsS Castings of all kinds z 1 4r tDrawings Specifications and Blue PrintWy WE ARE ALSO AGENTS fr FORI JtAU kinds Structural Steel Shapes lJ f Ss SS ii If i J I iY i1